place Latrobe, TAS 7307
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Wild Mersey Mountain Bike Trails is a world class mountain bike trail network located in North West Tasmania, Australia.
Venture into the wilderness, take on the peaks and roll the Mersey River flats in what will ultimately be 100+ kilometres of mixed-landscape riding perfectly geared for multi-day exploring.
Serious switchbacks are rewarded with epic views and descents linked to flowy tracks to inspire the next generation of adventure riders.
WARRAWEE - 16km
Fifteen kilometres of trails at the northern end of the network in the Warrawee Reserve at Latrobe, providing a first glimpse of Wild Mersey with predominantly green and blue tracks and one black as a taster of things to come.
RAILTON - 16km
Setting free another 4 green trails over 16 kilometres, with a loop through the forest hills above Railton’s Goliath Park and a scenic 10 kilometre dual cycling-walking link to or from Latrobe’s Warrawee trails. Don’t miss the Pump Track at Goliath Park!
SHEFFIELD - 15km
15 kilometres of trails are now open in Sheffield. In a preview of what is to come in the later stages, the trails are fast and flowy and introduce more technical features. The link between Sheffield and Railton is now available to ride creating a great cross country experience.
CCMBC is dedicated to the promotion and advocacy of mountain biking in Tasmania. We are responsible for the Penguin MTB Park and Dial Range trails.
Please consider joining the local riding association to support trail development & maintenance.
Please note: Distance is calculated as air distance or "as the crow flies" the most direct route between two points, so the distance by road maybe slightly longer.
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